Following the destruction of its numerous educational facilities in Careysburg, around the University of Liberia Fendell Campus for the benefits of the Liberian youthful population in their educational pursuit, the leadership of the New Dimension of Hope has again restored the hope of the Liberian children in another part of rural Montserrado County, this time in Mehmeh’s Town with the construction of a modern school building.
The brain behind this project is Goodwill Ambassador Ebenezer Norman; a Liberian based in the United States in collaboration with the President and Founder of the Kimberly Moore Foundation, Ms. Kimberly Moore an American humanitarian, Goodwill Ambassador and Philanthropic Strategist with the sole objective of providing sound and solid education for Liberian children.
The dedication of this new school facility for the children in that part of the county (Montserrado) has greatly restored the hopes for dozens of parents whose kids were left behind due to the lack of school in the area, and were also seen loitering around the community.
Speaking during the dedication of this modern facility, Rivercess County District number one Representative, Rosana G.D.H. Schaak praised the humanitarian gesture of Ambassador Norman who was always on the frontline in seeking the wellbeing of the Liberian children particularly in the area of education, and further assured that her support to the project will be given.
The Liberian lawmaker also used the occasion to assured parents of the school of the introduction of a vocational program in order to allow them to be part of the educational sojourn by adding up their knowledge in the of their choice, be it cosmetology, baking and other vocation.
For her part, the American Goodwill Ambassador, Kimberly Moore who is collaborating Ambassador Norman expressed her readiness to support the children of Liberia, especially those who are in need of sound education and lacks the support. During her visit on the campus of this modern school, Goodwill Ambassador Moore and her partner distributed dozens of toys to the children including footballs and others.
“Ambassador Norman will always be remembered for his generosity and his numerous support to the Liberian educational system, the Liberian people will always appreciate him for his works over the years, despite the destruction of his facilities few years ago in Careysburg, he is still willing to help Liberians; God will be with this men,” Momo Kaizolu, a resident of Mehmeh’s town speaking to the GNN noted.